Student researchers explore changing chemical reactions

Students in Andrew Musser's lab are working on samples that could shape the future of solar or change the way chemical reactions are performed.

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Sustainability and spirituality in the garden

Students at the Fallen Tree Sustainability Center are learning practical skills and then teaching those skills to a group of 20 community members.

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Studying connections between animal-human health

Nexus Scholars working this summer with Juno Salazar Parreñas are studying how human health is intricately connected to the health of animals, plants and the environment.

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Novice roboticists find inspiration, community at SoNIC

The weeklong summer workshop aims to inspire underrepresented students to pursue graduate studies in tech fields such as computing and information science.

“Startup Cornell” podcast features one-year anniversary special

Hear speakers from the podcast's first year share their top tips.

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Weatherspoon, Lewis honored for diversity contributions

The awards are based on nominations from students, faculty and staff, and the recommendations of a selection committee. The recognition comes with a $15,000 prize to be used for research, scholarship and other activities at Cornell.

Sloan student aids women in homeland with ‘Pink Pakistan’

Dr. Zubaida Qazi is earning an executive master’s in health administration in the Cornell Brooks School to enhance breast cancer prevention through her NGO, Pink Pakistan Trust.

‘Follow your dreams,’ writes astronomer Martha Haynes

Professor Martha Haynes has a chapter in the book “The Sky Is for Everyone: Women Astronomers in Their Own Words,” edited by Virginia Trimble and David A. Weintraub, a collection of autobiographical essays by women who broke down barriers and changed the face of modern astronomy.

Women Innovator Awards support diversity in invention

Three Cornell scientists were honored during a June 1 ceremony promoting women’s engagement in innovation and commercialization – part of Cornell’s efforts to elevate women inventors, who were awarded just 12.8% of all U.S. patents in 2019.